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Women''s T20 WC: Need ''naughty'' players like Shafali, says Harmanpreet
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Shafali has scored runs at a stunning strike rate of in Australia, setting the tone for India''s four Group A victories with fearless batting despite being in her first global tournament. But ahead of Thursday''s semi-final showdown with England at the SCG, her captain acknowledged what the fresh-faced year-old has offered India behind the scenes. Whoever is playing, wants to play for the country and give their best, she''s enjoying for the team. We''re wishing her good luck. Now this team has been together for a long time, we learn a lot from each other, learn a lot of cricket," the Indian skipper said. They also feel nice and try to do what others are doing. I didn''t perform with the bat but the team is doing well and we are enjoying that. That is more important for us," she added. Never before have they beaten Heather Knight''s side in the competition, a run which includes an eight-wicket defeat in the semi-finals. But India are riding on a wave in Australia, with an opening-night victory over the hosts paving the way for a flawless group stage -- an indicator of how far they have come in the eyes of Harmanpreet.
As the holiday season approaches and the year comes to a close, it is time to start making our shopping lists and deciding who has been naughty and who has been nice. For this week's "In Focus," various Northern Star columnists assess America's performance over the past year and decide what gift it deserves. Aaron Brooks, columnist: America: naughty or nice On one hand, America has shown great compassion when tragedy stuck: BP oil spill and Haitian earthquake. On the other, America has seemed to regress with a new batch of political racism. Considering such ignorance has been driven by a competition for resources--realistic conflict theory--I would say Santa understands.